Women STaRs

Women STaRs with Meredith Farrow

May 04, 2021 Shanti Harkness / Meredith Farrow Season 1 Episode 17
Women STaRs
Women STaRs with Meredith Farrow
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Women STaRs
Women STaRs with Meredith Farrow
May 04, 2021 Season 1 Episode 17
Shanti Harkness / Meredith Farrow

This week on Women STaRs, we are speaking with Meredith Farrow. Meredith has harnessed the devastating loss of her husband’s best friend by suicide, and her own struggles with postpartum depression and anxiety, to found the Ohio-based organic hemp extract manufacturer, Clean Remedies, to help others who may be suffering.

Meredith shares the lessons she’s learned by being burned and facing challenges (professionally and personally), the power of believing in yourself, and finding joy in the rollercoaster of life.

Join us as Meredith shares her tips for timeboxing, the power of perseverance, and the joy of finding happiness in things that aren’t things.

To learn more or to connect with Meredith, you can email her at [email protected], call  (216) 777-3133, or visit her website at www.CleanRemedies.com.

Thank you to our sponsor, On Technology Partners for their support, guidance, and ongoing encouragement.


Quotes:

“I have been burned by many people: people taking advantage of me, people promising me the moon and the stars and not delivering. What got me through it was perseverance, hard work, and knowing that I had a mission and a goal.”

“Everything that you've gone through in life that has been upsetting to you has taught you something. With every instance that I felt taken advantage of, I learned something. I learned what to say, what not to say, what cards to hold close to my chest versus showing. So, I feel so much more equipped.”


“Life is like a roller coaster, so I'm trying to find the joy in the downtimes when things aren't going like I want. I'm trying to train my mind to find joy or find a lesson out of that.”



“Success, for me, is really about being happy and making sure that my family is happy. Money comes and goes; even friends can come and go. Happiness within yourself is something that I think we're all either trying to achieve or continuously trying to better ourselves with.”

Show Notes

This week on Women STaRs, we are speaking with Meredith Farrow. Meredith has harnessed the devastating loss of her husband’s best friend by suicide, and her own struggles with postpartum depression and anxiety, to found the Ohio-based organic hemp extract manufacturer, Clean Remedies, to help others who may be suffering.

Meredith shares the lessons she’s learned by being burned and facing challenges (professionally and personally), the power of believing in yourself, and finding joy in the rollercoaster of life.

Join us as Meredith shares her tips for timeboxing, the power of perseverance, and the joy of finding happiness in things that aren’t things.

To learn more or to connect with Meredith, you can email her at [email protected], call  (216) 777-3133, or visit her website at www.CleanRemedies.com.

Thank you to our sponsor, On Technology Partners for their support, guidance, and ongoing encouragement.


Quotes:

“I have been burned by many people: people taking advantage of me, people promising me the moon and the stars and not delivering. What got me through it was perseverance, hard work, and knowing that I had a mission and a goal.”

“Everything that you've gone through in life that has been upsetting to you has taught you something. With every instance that I felt taken advantage of, I learned something. I learned what to say, what not to say, what cards to hold close to my chest versus showing. So, I feel so much more equipped.”


“Life is like a roller coaster, so I'm trying to find the joy in the downtimes when things aren't going like I want. I'm trying to train my mind to find joy or find a lesson out of that.”



“Success, for me, is really about being happy and making sure that my family is happy. Money comes and goes; even friends can come and go. Happiness within yourself is something that I think we're all either trying to achieve or continuously trying to better ourselves with.”